Shining light on darkness: U of M opens think tank on Islamic law and human rights

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  1. Islamic jurisprudence arises from the One Source, yet is filtered through the minds of people with limited knowledge, understanding and wisdom. As such, interpretations vary from person to person, community to community, country to country, culture to culture. A mind can, and will, justify anything it chooses to justify. Neither justification nor condemnation necessarily represent justice.

    True justice arises from the One Source and can only be discerned through the voice and the wisdom of an open and loving heart. While the greatest legal minds argue their respective cases, the simplest quiet and peaceful heart can clearly know the feeling of justice and truth.

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